Pakistan's largest and most advanced fuel storage facility has been officially opened at the New Islamabad International Airport.
The facility, which was inaugurated by Sardar Mehtab Ahmad Khan, advisor to the prime minister on aviation division, is jointly developed by Pakistan State Oil and Attock Petroleum.
He said during the opening that the fuel facility was a big step forward in effectively meeting the growing fuelling needs of the aviation industry and was all set to serve the largest airport in Pakistan.
Th3e facility is equipped with robust storage capacity, maximum product pumping ability to refuel multiple aircrafts in minimal time and the latest detection, firefighting and alarm systems.
MD and CEO PSO Sheikh Imranul Haque said: 'We feel extremely delighted and proud in launching the country's largest and most advanced fuel farm facility at the largest and most advanced airport in Pakistan.'
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